Barons don't go hungry.

We know you can’t do your best on an empty stomach! Nationwide research shows 42% of community college students experience food insecurity. This correlates with reduced academic performance and lower rates of degree completion. We want you to make it to the finish line! That’s why we’ve opened the student food pantry where you can access free food with no questions asked.

Check our virtual campus tour to find the pantry!  Start at Building 3 / Votta Hall or Building 4 / TEC and head towards the bus stop.

SNAP Eligibility for College Students

SNAP is a federal program that can help individuals and families with low incomes buy the groceries they need to eat healthy.

Burlington County Mobile Food Distributions

Stop by the Food Bank of South Jersey's mobile food pantry each month.

Willingboro Hope Mobile
500 Bridge Street, Willingboro
2nd Tuesday of the month: 9 - 11 am

*Location hours sometimes change.  FBSJ recommends calling the location before you go to confirm hours and requirements.

Am I eligible to receive goods from the pantry?

The RCBC Food Pantry is available to any student with a current semester sticker on their RCBC ID.

How do I obtain a current semester sticker?

If you don't have a current semester sticker on your RCBC ID card, please visit Public Safety in the Student Success Center or Evans Hall with a copy of your current class schedule.

Where is the pantry located?

The pantry is located in Votta Hall and can be accessed from the external door. To access the food pantry, please use the building entrance that is closest to the bus stop, adjacent to parking lot 2. There is no access point from inside the building.

What if I need assistance beyond the food pantry resources?

RCBC students can access additional support resources through the Student Support office.  Our team can assist with accessing local, county and state programs, provide access to counseling resources and connect students with other supports.  Please contact us directly for additional information.

Can I volunteer to help with the food pantry?

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the RCBC Food Pantry! To ensure a positive experience for our students, all volunteers are required to complete a thorough training and commit to a minimum of 3 hours on a consistent, weekly schedule for the full duration of the semester. To sign up to volunteer, click here.

How can I donate to the food pantry?


Monetary donations allow us to purchase items that are in high demand or requested of our students.  No amount is too small.  A donation of $5 helps buy 28 pounds of food!  Donations can be made online through this site by selecting "FOODPANTRY" from the drop down menu under "Donor's Designation."



Out of respect for our students and to maintain the confidentiality of those who access the pantry, we request that item donations occur on a scheduled basis.  To schedule a drop-off, please reach out to

Please keep in mind that we are unable to accept any donations that are:

  • Expired

  • Open

  • Damaged

  • Soiled

  • Perishable, fresh, or prepared

Current Wishlist:

  • Granola bars
  • Trail mix
  • Crackers
  • Dried fruit
  • Nuts
  • Protein bars
  • Whole grain cereal
  • Microwavable/convenience meals
  • Tissues
  • Dish soap
  • Individually wrapped rolls of paper towels